Dynam have captured the essence of this remarkable German fighter plane from the Second World War. This RC airplane has superb flight characteristics and is capable all the scale maneuvers its real counterpart can perform. With its authentic markings and scale paint scheme this fighter looks the part either taxing back to the pitts or performing a super low high speed pass. With its electric retractable gear, Scale 3 bladed propeller and spinner this one truly eye catching war bird.
The Focke-Wulf Fw 190 first fought in World War Two in the summer of 1941. It was a highly advanced aircraft for the day and was given the nickname ‘Würger’ – Butcher Bird – in deference for its killing ability. Speed and manoeuvrability as its two great assets. The Fw 190 was first conceived in 1937 and the first prototype flew on June 1939. The Fw 190 was a small, low-wing monoplane. The aircraft was all-metal with a stressed all-duralumin skin. The undercarriage was wide-tracked, which gave the Fw 190 much greater stability and allowed it to take off and land on runways that other German fighters would have found difficult.
This version of the Dynam FW-190 is supplied with a 6 Channel Gavin 6C Digital Radio System that also includes a 7 channel receiver. The transmitter is fully programmable through the inbuilt LED screen and is suitable for airplane, helicopter, and multi-rotor applications.
With a memory that can store up to 30 aircraft setups, the Gavin 6C caters from trainers through to intermediate aircraft applications.
Electronic Retracts Installed
Wingspan - 1270mm
Overall Length - 1110mm
Wing Loading - 53.7g/d㎡
Servos - 9gx4pcs
Battery - 14.8V 2200mAh 25C
Speed Controller - 40A
Motor - BM3720A-KV500 Brushless
Flying Weight - 1450g
Controls - Aileron, Elevator, Rudder, Throttle, Retracts (Electric)
Radio Control Range - 1000m approx.
**Charger Not Included**
Mode I (easy mode change if required)
Gavin 6C Radio System Details
Suitable for airplanes, helicopters, and multi-rotor
Includes Detrum RXC7 7CH 2.4g receiver
Stores a maximum of 30 aircraft models in the transmitter
Adopts 2.4 GHz Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum (DSSS) and multiple Frequency-Hopping Spread Spectrum (FHSS) technology which allows a strong anti-interference capability
Ergonomic design enables users to hold the transmitter easily
LCD display is designed with a straightforward menu and intuitive graphical interface which is easy to understand and convenient to use
Adjustable stick lever tension with four stick modes you can choose from to match your style
Failsafe function allows you set the positions that the servos move to in case of a transmission failure
Trainer function allows an experienced pilot to teach a beginner
USB Data Port - Micro USB port provides connectivity for firmware updates and RC flight simulator cable (not supplied)